Billings C'mon Inn Hotel
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... coming off the mountains. Highway information signs were warning of wind gusts 35+ MPH. Luckily it was a two lane road, luckily it was devoid of traffic, I could drive in the right lane, against the dotted line and kinda let the wind push me across both lanes.
Essentially I was driving whilst in a hard left turn, leaning into the wind except frequently the wind would let up for a few seconds and I would veer to the left. It was very tiring riding, ...
... America and is a Smithsonian affiliated museum. The museum features five different areas each with a different focus. Buffalo Bill, Natural History (animals), Local Indian Culture, Western Art, and Guns. They are all worth exploring. I found the Buffalo Bill and Natural History most interesting. The Gun museum is a bit overwhelming unless you are a serious gun person. I am not sure how many guns are on exhibition but I lost count at 3,478. The Natural ...
... bottles with ice water. We rested inside where it was cool, visiting with a couple who live a bit past Billings. He works in the oil fields in Fairview, on the N. Dakota border, and where we’ve decided to end our ride this year. We asked what winters were like in this area, and they said that it’s generally mild in Nov-Dec, with snows in the later winter, but always quite a bit ...
... made it to us, so the drive home was easy. When we arrived back at camp, their BBQ was going and with a name like Pistol Pete's, how could we not have ribs and corn for dinner. Delicious! We called Lilly on her birthday, but they were out at the Monterey Fair having a great time. We sent our love and we'll just have to celebrate when we get to their house in a couple of weeks! Can't believe she is 6 years old already!
... will not be in my lifetime... or infact most of yours) it will be the biggest and the best.
As we stood and admired the view, we also watched as black clouds rolled in... i guess they dont call the area the Black Hills for nothing! haha!! :)
We figure it is time to move, as it is looking like rain ....and see if we can either outrun it or miss it.
We follow the signs pointing to Mount Rushmore all the time keeping an ...